Nike Careers and Employment
- CEOJohn Donahoe
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than €10B (EUR)
- IndustryConsumer Goods and Services
Sales Assistant in Kildare
on 9 June 2020
Was a fun experience, the actual work was not too difficult, very repetitive. everyone very welcoming and helpful. The hours varied and at the beginning, it was difficult to know when to come in
Customer Service Representative in Dublin
on 29 March 2020
Working for Nike at times can be fun but management are not flexible, salary is low for the stress that it’s customers put you through. Regular staff are fun to work with
Agent administratif in County Dublin
on 18 February 2020
Environnement de travail optimal
Mélange des cultures et une solidarité dans les équipes,
Customer Service Representative in Dublin, IE
on 24 January 2020
Favouritism, Exclusion and Bad Management.
When I started working for Nike I really enjoyed every moment of it. However, it was apparent after a few months that there was a patriarchy within the system. We were expected to take abuse on the daily and often told there was no solution to the customers issues all for a ridiculously low wage. A lot of the issues customer called about were reoccurring issues that Nike clearly wasn't bothered solving. The management was dreadful, none of them had a clue what they were doing half the time and they would pick on you over stupid things, going as far as questioning you over how long you took in the bathroom! There was a lot of favouritism within the company as many people who were constantly messing up orders and lying to customers were getting promotions all because they were friends with the managers whereas people who worked extremely hard got treated like dirt because they weren't a part of the 'in crowd'. I could go on and on but honestly it's not even worth it don't work for this company all they care about is the money they couldn't care less about their employees or their customers.
Client services Representative in Santry, County Dublin
on 1 September 2019
Good training provided for the role, not a place to stay long term
a good place to gain experience in a multilingual client services position. not well paid and not the type of role you would stay in as its hard to advance.
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Shared on 13 December 2018